- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are considering relocating to Canada
- The disclosure was made by a close confidante of the couple, Tom Bradby
- The palace, however, says it is speculation, adding that it does not comment on speculation
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are considering relocating to Canada, a close confidante of the couple, identified as Tom Bradby, has disclosed.
Bradby said he doesn'aask the couple what their plans were, adding that there are a million possibilities of the couple relocating to Canada, Daily Mail reports.
Briefly.co.za notes that Bradby said: "I don't ask what their plans are. They keep that pretty close to their chests and understandably so.
"I don't think it’s a done deal, that would be my impression. There is a lot of talking to be done. There are a million possibilities. They could go to Canada."
Recall that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently returned from a six-week break in Canada, where they spent Christmas with their baby, Archie.
According to sources, Prince Harry and his wife are looking at the possibility of relinquishing their royal titles.
On whether the couple would be relocating to Canada, the Palace told MailOnline that they would not comment on 'speculation'.
A friend of the couple's said it was true that Prince Harry and his wife would be relocating to Canada, adding that the couple was starting talks with the royal family about their plans for the future.
The friend said: "It is true that Harry and Meghan will spend a fair amount of time in Canada over the next couple of months and possibly going forward too.
"Right now they are starting talks with their family about their plans for the future. Those conversations are at a very early stage."
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